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than three years later. lindsay davenport broke into the top 20 by the time she was 17. bubut... beatrice capra wasn't thinking about age today. she was thinking that to reach the next level she had to get past the same maria sharapova, now 23. with buffeting winds and sharapova's punishing ground strokes capra was beaten 6-love, 6-love. in tennis they call it a double bagel. >> i got double bagelled but now i know what i need to work on. >> a former tour player concurred. >> she's got a lot to take away from this event from how she won her matches and how she lost today. >> reporter: capra is planning to spend the next year playing professional tournaments to raise her skill. she hopes to be back here next year. tony guida, cbs news, at the u.s. open. >> mason: and that's the cbs evening news. later tonight on cbs "48 hours mystery." russ mitchell will be here tomorrow night. i'm anthony mason, cbs news in new york. thanks for watching. good night. have a great weekend. captioning sponsored by cbs captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org >>> craigslist caves t
republican senator from south carolina lindsay graham who returned from afghanistan. and the man behind barack obama's successful bid for the white house in 2008, david plouffe and our round table will preview some of the big races of the fall. all coming up this morning on "meet the press." >> we'll see you then. >> scott williams, craig melvin, thank you for being here. >> i'll see you tonight on >> up next, how investors can survive small to was times on wall street. plus, technology school to help parents keep up with their kids. >> starting up the day sunni again and pleasantly cool. we say where the temperature we say where the temperature goes and how the rest of
kickoff to their yees' mid term election. joining me republican senator from south carolina lindsay graham who returned from afghanistan. and the man behind barack obama's successful bid for the white house in 2008, david plouffe and our round table will preview some of the big races of the fall. all coming up this morning on "meet the press." >> we'll see you then. >> scott williams, craig melvin, thank you for being here. >> i'll see you tonight on >>> new today, favorite-moving fire rips through a family's district home. we're live with all the details. good morning, everyone. welcome to news 4 today. i'm kimberly suiters. aaron gilchrist has the morning off. it's sunday, september 5th, 120. a quick check on your forecast. meteorologist chuck bell joining us live in studio with the great news. >> oh, yes. very nice weather. good sailing weather on the chesapeake bay. still, if that's your cup of tea and your kids want to do it, go on out there. it's going to be a great day today. plenty of sunshine through our crystal blue sky. temperatures are now touching 70 degrees in town and into f
with senator lindsay gram, will talk about the challenges he faces today. today, mark orio and meek go head to head. that's all on meet the press with david gregory. >>> one of the most revered humanitarians will be honored with her own postage stamp. it will be up veiled at the national sideline of immaculate conception. she won the nobel prize in 12989. 64 degrees outside. the coast guard says there's more progress in the gulf oil crisis. a closer look at a key piece of evidence from the water. >> find out who made it on the roster later in sports. look inside a more than 17 billion dollar investment, and what do you see? at at&t, we see the dreams and ambitions of everyday americans coming true. we see an economic recovery taking root as businesses grow and prosper and add jobs, thanks to the amazing power of an open internet that works. america needs an internet that is always getting faster, safer, and more secure. at at&t, our investment last year of more than 17 billion dollars in the wireless and wired networks of tomorrow is what's fueling innovation today and creating jobs and opp
more excited to head to the ballot box against anyone. let's talk about lindsay graham and the pew research number showing the illegal immigration numbers are way down but this topic resonates with people all across the country. it's something that senator graham has taken heat on, he has changed his position and too cozy with democrats. let's hear from a couple of your callers after you talked to senator graham, their reaction to his position. >> sure. >> gus, you are on wbt. hey. >> hey, keith. i think the problem here is the weasel word "comprehensive." he wants to put something together no one will make a consensus on and therefore will never be voted for. if he wants to fix the problem, close the borders today. >> jeffrey, you're on wbt. >> how are you doing? >> all right. fire away. >> [ inaudible ] i have a couple of different problems. make a requirement that the application for citizenship papers for a child must be recompaninied by the hospital bills. >> yes, but lindsey graham is he genuine or spinning with the political wind? >> he's been genuine. he's frustrated. >> sh
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